WAYNESBORO,Va. (WHSV) -- Some changes may be coming to a few Waynesboro City Schools in the coming years.
$50,000 for a school facility study has been approved by the Waynesboro City Council.
The study would look at a few of the schools in the district to determine what renovations are needed.
The plan is to study Waynesboro High School, Wenonah Elementary and Berkeley Glenn Elementary.
Many of these schools haven't had a major update in years.
The Waynesboro Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Jeffrey Cassell said the updates are overdue.
"Part of it is a necessity for student learning, in terms of having technology labs with the appropriate infrastructure with the electrical needs, wireless needs. We want our students to be comfortable. We know that student learn better in a comfortable, well lit environment," said Cassell.
The last facilities study for Waynesboro Public Schools was in 1997.
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